[PHOTO CREDIT: NSSDC Photo Gallery. Published: 10 July 1959]
You are looking at the earliest photo, to be more precise the second photo, that has been transmitted from the USA’s Luna-3 spacecraft, back in 1959, of the dark side of the moon, also called the far side, from a distance of approx. 40,000 miles. The far side of the moon is quite different than the near side, the side we typically see from earth. The far side noticeably lacks the typical dark areas we see in the craters on the front side. But there has to be much more to the story, and China wants to read that “book” up close and personal.
China is leaping at the opportunity to get a much closer bird’s eye view of the dark side. In fact, to use a robot, for now, to touch the dark side of the moon. I Gotta ask, “What is so important that it stimulates CHINA’s interest and makes it willing to spend trillions to own the dark side of the moon? Whatever the reason, anyone with an I.Q. of more than 10 has to admit the governments of the big countries know that there is something very valuable to be gained by getting to the moon, and in particular the dark side.
What was it that NASA purposefully edited out of the photos they released to the public? Whatever NASA edited out, is THAT why China has been hacking the USA government? To see the original photos to study the artifacts and various “buildings” that experts claims are being erased from photos and are being hidden from our view from Earth?
My source of information for this comes from the recent article, “”CHINA: LET’S GO TO THE FAR SIDE OF THE MOON”, by Joseph P. Farrell. Giza Death Star, The Website of Dr. Joseph O. Farrell. Sept. 17, 2015. [Farrell is one of my favorite authors. His books stimulate brain cells!] In his article, he states, “the project will require careful photo mapping of the far side, to select an appropriate landing site. Then this will require another platform, or perhaps even a few, in orbit around the Moon, to make…communications possible at all times.” He adds, “…China is looking for something, and given the difficulties of getting to the far side and landing there…it may be about more than just moon rocks and soil samples.”